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The Rich Valley Truck Fill is now open – located at the corner of Township Road 564 and Range Road 31. This new service will add coverage to the Rich Valley area, as well as additional market options for the Lac La Nonne and Lake Nakamun service areas.

The Rich Valley Truck Fill is a major component of the west branch of the West Inter Lake District (WILD) Regional Water System – Phase IV construction – and provides both commercial and private access to potable water in the region. The Rich Valley Truck Fill is one of seven truck fills operating in the greater Lac Ste. Anne and Parkland regions.

Interested in learning more or accessing this system? Sign-up for an account today by following the online application at water-fill.com or by calling Flowpoint Account Management at 1.844.509.2837. Additional details on the truck fill network and the application process can be found at wildrwsc.com.

In celebrating the completion of this phase of the project, the Commission once again thanks their many municipal and First Nation partners, the Province of Alberta, and community stakeholders for their support of this critical investment in the region.


West Inter Lake District (WILD) Regional Water Services Commission

Box 8 Alberta Beach, Alberta, T0E 0A0
Ph: 780-967-0271 | Fax: 780-967-0431
Email: [email protected]

The West Inter-Lake District (WILD) Water Commission was originally formed to explore the possibility of providing potable water to the south and easterly portion of Lac Ste. Anne County. Municipal members of the WILD Water Commission are Lac Ste. Anne County, Parkland County, Town of Onoway, Village of Alberta Beach, Summer Village of Lakeview, Village of Seba Beach, Village of Wabamun, Summer Village of Castle Island, Summer Village of Nakamun Park, Summer Village of Ross Haven, Summer Village of Sandy Beach, Summer Village of Sunrise Beach, Summer Village of Sunset Point, Summer Village of Val Quentin, Summer Village of West Cove, Summer Village of Yellowstone, Summer Village of Kapasiwin, Paul First Nation and Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation.

This commission has successfully completed four key phases of this initiative to date. The commission meets monthly to discuss operations and planning, with the board representatives reporting back to their respective Councils.

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